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Trick is a Festive Treat [Review]

Trick marks the third collaboration from horror heroes Patrick Lussier and Todd Farmer, following 2009’s My Bloody Valentine and 2011’s Drive Angry. It bears some of the hallmarks of their...

What the Hell are Bill Moseley and Lin Shaye Doing in Gothic Harvest? [Review]

Gothic Harvest sounds like the kind of seasonal party I’d love to attend but, in practice, the debut feature from actor turned director Ashley Hamilton has little do with the spookiest time of t...

The Black String is a Massive Showcase for Frankie Muniz [Review]

At Frightfest last month, while sitting outside getting some air between movies, an enthusiastic and super friendly American man with a whole heap of mini poster cards approached my friends and I. He ...

The VelociPastor

The VelociPastor More Than Lives Up to Its Insane Title [Review]

With a title like The VelociPastor, you know what you’re gonna get, right? Something wacky, with terrible CGI, and nothing resembling a plot. And yet, in the case of this, the second feature fro...

Luz is a Singular, Auspicious Debut from Tilman Singer [Review]

Luz, the impressive debut feature from German writer-director Tilman Singer, is a singular work. It defies easy categorization or even simple comparison. I’d wager it bears a striking similarity...

MA is Middle of the Road Blumhouse Fare [Review]

MA, pronounced like “Maw” everywhere except Ireland where we say “Maaaah,” is the latest Blumhouse effort looking to scare easily pleased multiplex audiences out of their seats...

Slaughterhouse Rulez Needs More Pegg and Frost, Less…Everything Else [Review]

Simon Pegg and Nick Frost are a dream team unlike any other, gifting us mirth, merriment, and heart in the likes of Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz, all the way back to the still hugely underrated TV s...

The Demented

Blood on my Sofa: Down for The Demented

Welcome to Blood on my Sofa! Each month I will be providing you with a movie recommendation. It won’t be just any movie, but a movie I watched during the month that really rocked my world. I wou...

Advance Review: The Survivalist Does Being Bleak A Bit Too Well

The Survivalist revolves around an unnamed male figure, simply referred to as the survivalist, and his existence in an uncivilized, post-apocalyptic world. The survivalist spends his time making it fr...

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